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Problem with CAT 5 cabling...... 9 years 10 months ago #17977

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hey guyz there is a controversy. i was adding network wires in a cyber cafe cos they increased their systems. but after i have finished crimping using the cisco standard it did not work. i used the A color code. and later the B color code still did not work.

i refered back to firewall site under networking then cabling and i recall well dt we are advised not to use different coloring codes. fine. (if we are using A it should be A. and B same applies)

i then checked the cafe well and i realize that the color codes dt were used were not the standard codes. this is what i saw: -
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE
WHITE/GREEN
GREEN
WHITE/BROWN
BROWN
WHITE/ORANGE
ORANGE

now this odd codes were working when u connect to a system. but the standards i used did not work.

i then decided to arrange the color code same way as the odd one but still did not work.

what do i do pls i am in...............

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pls when making a straight tru cable i think both ends are the same asper color codes right.

i need answers

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Re: Problem with CAT 5 cabling...... 9 years 10 months ago #17978

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Hi,

Yes, They are using non-standard colour code in cabling.

I belive the following might be the causes...

#1. Not crimped well. Re-crimp with new JAC
#2. Color order might be wrong in other end. (use the same order in both end. Standard or non standard color code what ever its)
#3. Check the cable whether its having any damage in middle of the cable might be some cable cut will be there.

Dove
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cabling problem 9 years 10 months ago #17987

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Ur problem is with crimping. get a cable tester or measure the length of all your cables and take them to ur local computer vendor(obinna)
to crimp it for u.

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ok...................oh sose 9 years 10 months ago #18016

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oboy i fear u ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh sose u wan let every one know who obinna be................
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Re: Problem with CAT 5 cabling...... 9 years 10 months ago #18040

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What are these pc's connecting to?

Have you tried to plug a cat5 cable into one of the new pc's to see if there configured right?
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Re: Problem with CAT 5 cabling...... 9 years 10 months ago #18041

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better check your crimping tool. the teeth of your tool must be able to crimp the contact points propertly. or use other crimp tool.
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